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Outlet Plastic Tank Auto Radiator Parts for Audi Car, DPI 2756 with High Performance
Auto radiator plastic tanks are made from modified engineering plastic PA66 with 30% glass fiber by injection molding, Auto radiator plastic tanks are a main spare parts of car radiator. High heat transfer,superior corrosion and humidity resistance. Also can be replaced by new plastic tanks when these suffer overheating causes ruptures or collisions.
We can provide OEM service. Brazed aluminum radiator cores assemble with performance tanks can heat and cool your engineer parts. In addition, plastic tanks are less expensive than those made of metal (bronze-brass, aluminum or copper)
|MODINE||Q7 3.0 V6 TDi 07-12|
1. Payment by TT or Western Union
100% payment if the total amount is less than 3000 $.
30% deposit and 70% balance before shipment if the total amount is more than 5000$.
100% by western union if the total amount is less than 1000 $.
2. Lead time: 3-15 working days , subject to the order quantity .
3. Shipment term : DHL, UPS or other express delivery, by air, by sea, etc.
1. AUDI Q7 Vehicle.
How a Car Radiator Works
The primary role of a car radiator is to dispel any excess heat that is generated by a car's engine as it burns fuel. A car radiator is only one component of a larger engine cooling system, and as engine coolant moves through the radiator, it goes through a few simple processes.
There are three basic functions of your radiator: intake, cooling and outlet. A car radiator is pivotal to the proper functioning of a car's engine, which is why it is integral to follow proper maintenance guidelines in order to keep the cooling system in good working order.
A radiator is a type of heat exchanger. It is designed to transfer heat from the hot coolant that flows through it to the air blown through it by the fan.
Most modern cars use aluminum radiators. These radiators are made by brazing thin aluminum fins to flattened aluminum tubes. The coolant flows from the inlet to the outlet through many tubes mounted in a parallel arrangement. The fins conduct the heat from the tubes and transfer it to the air flowing through the radiator.